Category Archives: Nuclear

I find myself more optimistic that we can do 100% renewables

Nuclear, or renewables? My answer used to be why not both, but I prefer nuclear for the baseload. Yes, there are plans for factory built, assembly line nukes that will UTTERLY CRASH the cost of nuclear power. There could be … Continue reading

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Why Molten Salt Reactors are so cheap

Terje Peterson of the Atomic Australia Facebook Group wrote this brilliant summary:- This post examines one class of advanced reactor and the ways in which it can radically reduce the cost of nuclear power. That is the class of reactors … Continue reading

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Shellenberger rabid – and I will gradually edit out my many references to his work as he has proved unreliable

Michael Shellenberger’s latest book is the last straw for me. I’m done referencing his work. If we can’t trust him to be professional and objective in his journalism about climate change science, especially when he is not a trained engineer, … Continue reading

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How Kodak detected the nuclear tests and the effects on all of us

Veritasium at his best! While there were 219 atmospheric tests in America alone and the fallout spread across most of the USA, it shows that dispersed fallout is not a civilisation ending event. Two hundred and nineteen nuclear devices were … Continue reading

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Australian podcasters involved in new nuclear blog

Hi all, 4thgeneration.energy is a new blog with an impressive coalition of writers and podcasters. I’m scared how much time this one blog could demand!

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